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William Charles Bonaparte-Wyse
... Captain William Charles Bonaparte-Wyse (20 January 1826 – 3 December 1892) was an Irish soldier and poet ... William Charles Bonaparte-Wyse was born in Waterford, the son of the politician and educational reformer Sir Thomas Wyse, and Laetitia, daughter of Lucien ... Bonaparte-Wyse was appointed High Sheriff of County Waterford for 1855 ...
Neustria - Carolingian Subkingdom
... when it was given as a regnum (kingdom) by Charlemagne to his eldest son, Charles the Younger, in 790 ... city of the kingdom appears to be Le Mans where the royal court of Charles was established ... and following the latter's death in 838, to Charles the Bald ...
History Of The Isle Of Man - Early Modern Period - English Civil War and Interregnum
... In 1643 Charles I ordered James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby to go to Mann, where the people, who were no doubt influenced by what was taking place in England, threatened to revolt ... Six months after the death of Charles I (30 January 1649), Stanley received a summons from General Ireton to surrender the island, which he declined ... among whom were 300 Manxmen, to join King Charles II ...
Pope Adrian VI - Early Career
... tutor to Emperor Maximilian I's (1493–1519) seven year old grandson, Charles, who was later to become Emperor Charles V (1519–56) ... his arrival at the Imperial Court in Toledo, Charles V secured his succession to the See of Tortosa, and on 14 November 1516 commissioned him Inquisitor General of Aragon ... During the minority of Charles V, Adrian was named to serve with Cardinal Francisco Jimenez de Cisneros as co-regent of Spain ...
Quadroni Of St. Charles
... Charles are two cycles of paintings depicting the life and miracles of St ... Charles Borromeo, the first Saint of the Counter-Reformation ... Charles' name day on November 4 ...

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